Are you HAPPY GIRLS?

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The Elvis movie I designed my story Bodine’s Bounty after:

 It’s Girl Happy with Shelley  Fabares. Remember, her mobster father, Big Frank was worried sending her to Ft. Lauderdale for Spring Break and hires Elvis to secretly watch over her? I loved that concept. Elvis was involved with another woman, but had to drop everything when the “easy job”  he’d taken had been anything but. The girl kept getting into trouble and had to be “rescued” by Elvis. Until he fell for her?

That’s it.  That’s Bodine’s Bounty in a nutshell. He’s hired on by someone he owes a favor, to watch Emma, a slip of a woman and finds the challenge daunting, keeping her Unharmed and Untouched.  They have quite a romantic journey together.  🙂

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Charlene Sands is a USA Today Bestselling Author of 35 novels, writing both western and contemporary romance. She's a lover of all things romantic, especially her bold, rugged, heartstopping "real good men" heroes! She's the recepient of the National Readers' Choice Award, the Bookseller's Best Award and the Cataromance Reviwer's Choice Award. When not writing, she spends time with her "hero" husband, enjoying Pacific Beaches and drinking iced mocha cappucinos!

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2 thoughts on “Are you HAPPY GIRLS?”

  1. Thank you, Charlene. You really kept us in suspense. I never would’ve chosen that movie for some reason. Maybe it’s too many cobwebs in the brain or something. Bodine’s Bounty sounds like an intriguing story. You’ve hooked me. I’m going to have to go find a copy. My poor TBR stack is beginning to tilt. 🙂

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